Happy Birthday: Ralph Dibny

Aaron Rosenberg

Aaron Rosenberg has written novels for Pocket's Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers, White Wolf's Exalted and Games Workshop's Warhammer lines. He has his own game company, Clockworks (www.clockworksgames.com).

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  1. Vinnie Bartilucci says:

    Because of the Nick and Nora banter (of course, his name is a tip of the hat to The Thin Man series movies) od the Dibnys, I always identified with Ralph and Sue to a degree in reference to my marriage (with the important codicils in that my wife is not a millionaire, and I am neither ductile nor a detective). So I took Sue's death a little more personally when I read Identity Crisis. I can't say it was done badly, and I liked Ralph's story in 52, but that doesn't mean I didn't wish they were okay. I'm glad to see them back in Batman and the Outsiders. I realized that Ralph had gotten guidance from Rama Kushna, the goddess who gave Boston (Deadman) Brand his powers, which makes their new abilities somewhat logical, narratively speaking.This interview snippet of the Dibnys from the 52 website always gets me a little choked up.